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The community is in a well established area located in the city of Norfolk, separated from Virginia Beach by one street. The community operates in the Norfolk Public School System with a local population of about 21,096 people. It is close to shopping centers (Janaf Shopping Center, and surrounding grocery stores.) It is about 2 miles from the major interstates I-264 and I-64 and about 15 miles from Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
We are located in a medical complex with a mix of primary care and specialty providers. Our practice has a combination of Family and Internal Medicine patients, with a large Spanish-speaking panel.
Amelia is friendly group of team-spirited professionals who love to serve. We embody the culture and values of the ministry of Bon Secours Mercy Health which are Human Dignity, Integrity, Compassion. Stewardship and Service. Our front office staff, clinical support and providers are committed to our patients, their health and well-being.
Why Bon Secours Mercy Health?
You're in good company here! Bon Secours is the 5th largest faith-based hospital system in the United States. More than 2,600 providers have chosen to join our team in our 50 hospitals and 600+ outpatient practices located in 7 states along the Mid-Atlantic and Ireland. We're strong. We're growing and financially sustainable. What this means for you is options for your career in medical practice.
Why Hampton Roads Virginia?
Hampton Roads is situated in the middle of the Eastern seaboard where the Chesapeake Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean, with 29 miles of oceanfront shoreline. It is the second largest metro area between Atlanta and Washington, DC and is home to 1.7 million people in our 7 cities (Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News, Hampton) making up "The 757." We have beaches, waterways, rolling rural countryside, history,culture, diverse ethnicity and a vibrant food and beverage scene. National corporate headquarters, great schools and centers of higher learning, and comfortable year round temperatures make it a welcoming place to live!
Hampton Roads is named after the Earl of Southampton, a leader in the London Company that financed English colonization in Virginia between 1607-1624.
The "roads" refers to a place where a ship can ride at anchor, relatively safe from displacement by strong currents or storms. Today Hampton Roads is a cultural region.
Hampton Roads is the East Coast epicenter of military activity. Every branch of the armed services is represented here. From the largest Navy base in the world to one of the most secretive facilities used by the CIA.